–Nominated by Judy Kolios Mary Beth McKenney-Finn, Lowell General Hospital Mary Beth McKenney-Finn is not only a caring nurse, she also is a thinking nurse. She uses her education, experience, and intuition to provide the best treatment and support. She is that nurse who recognizes symptoms before others do, who does not accept the status quo until all resources have been exhausted. Mary Beth’s practice of nursing is a meeting of medicine and humanity in life or death situations. When Mary Beth walks into a hospital room, she sets the tone by exuding a calming confidence that puts everybody at ease. She engages patients with kindness, and directs staff to accomplish what sometimes seems impossible, until it gets done. In the past year, Mary Beth has saved countless lives by coordinating medevacs, the right staff, and the best outreach facilities with minutes to spare. When it comes to making decisions under pressure, there is no one better than Mary Beth. Mary Beth literally runs through her days. Whether she’s leading the Lowell High School girls cross country teams to championships or guiding her competent staff at Lowell General, she never stops. A Hall nursing research jobs of Fame honoree at Lowell High and a graduate of the University of Massachusetts-Lowell, Mary Beth continues to serve her hometown to the very best of her ability.
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